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Cough and cold in 5 months old baby
My son is 5 months old with 6.9kg weight..He is suffering from cough and cold from 3 days.As prescribed from our local pediatrician we are giving saline drops for 4 times in a day and kufril LS 5 drops 3 times in a day. yesterday night doctor prescribed to have clamox bid as an antibiotic with 2.5ml dose twice in a day.He is coughing too much and not taking milk.Have kept steam inhalation today morning only.Anyother thing i need to take care of.kindly suggest
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Yes Madam, dose of mox is 100mg per kg tds.    Since you have started give. Since you have started give 1tsf three times a day. For three days. You start on him Indian herbal Kadda. Take 150ml of drinking water.+ fresh crushed ginger, + jaggary, + 3 cloves , + 3 whole black pepper. BOIL IT TO CONCENTRATE TO MAKE IT100ML. cool it. Serve warm kadda 2 times a day for 3days. Continue steam inhations
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Greetings kindly continue with the same medication. Child will be better soon
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Hello , check for nose block . If present put 2 drops in each nostril.
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Continue breast feeding
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If child is not accepting milk , kindly visit paediatrician.
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